Hong Kong Holiday
Hong Kong SAR Establishment Day
Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Establishment Day is a commemoration of the day when Britain return the sovereignty of Hong Kong to China and the founding of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region on 1 July 1997. Since then, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Establishment Day is observed annually as one of public holidays in Hong Kong. More >
Chung Yeung Festival
Chung Yeung Festival is a festival observed in some East Asian countries including Hong Kong, Japan, and Vietnam. The festival is observed on the 9th day of the 9th month in Chinese calendar, thus, many people refer to the festival as Double Ninth Festival. Chung Yeung Festival is observed as a public holiday in Hong Kong. More >
Hong Kong has its own list of 2013 public holidays although it is an integral part of People’s Republic of China. Bearing the status as a Special Administrative Region of China, the people of Hong Kong have their own holidays regulated by Hong Kong’s General Holidays Ordinance. More >
2013 Vesak / 2013 Wesak Celebration
In Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Hong Kong, Thailand, Cambodia, Taiwan, Vietnam, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, and India
Vesak is an annual public holiday observed traditionally by practicing Buddhists in South Asian and South East Asian countries like Nepal, Singapore, Vietnam, Thailand, Cambodia, Malaysia, Sri Lanka, Myanmar, Indonesia, Pakistan and India. Sometimes informally called “Buddha’s birthday”, it actually encompasses the birth, enlightenment Nirvana, and passing (Parinirvana) of Gautama Buddha. More >
Mid Autumn Festival / Mooncake Festival / Chinese Lantern Festival
Mid Autumn Festival (also known as Mooncake Festival or Chinese Lantern Festival) dates back over 3,000 years to moon worship in China’s Shang Dynasty. It was first called Zhongqiu Jie (literally “Mid-Autumn Festival”) in the Zhou Dynasty. In Malaysia, Singapore, and the Philippines, it is also sometimes referred to as the Lantern Festival or Mooncake Festival. The traditional food of this festival is the mooncake, of which there are many different varieties across different countries. More >
Hong Kong owns a very rich culture influenced by China and British. The combination of Asian and Western spirit makes the culture and tradition in Hong Kong different with the other countries. Besides the culture, Hong Kong is famous for its peaks, museums, and theme park. These three places become the favorites spots for both tourists and local citizens. Furthermore, Hongkong also has some street markets to fulfill the visitors’ desire of shopping. The best places to be visited by tourists in Hongkong are reviewed below. More >
Walking in the streets of Hong Kong may be quite a challenge for some, especially the newcomers. It is practically packed with people of all walks of life, busy in their own way of another. The streets of Hong Kong are filled with surprises at every turn, from the decadent smells of the vendor foods to the elaborate buildings and structures that provides both living and functionality of its populace.
Hong Kong is a place where everyone can say that it is the comfort zone that they truly would like to have. A well organized metropolis bounded by the country?s evident history makes it a suitable place where all imaginations can run freely. Discover Hong Kong by day and you will enjoy the exotic foods that they offer, from the shredded jellyfish to the broth of the finest soup to relax the soul. By night, Hong Kong is alive until dawn knocks, offering thumping nightlife, cold beer and the smiles of its people.
List of Hong Kong 2012 Public Holidays
Eventhough Hong Kong is an integral part of People’s Republic of China, they have different 2012 holiday dates from China 2012 public holidays. This is due to Hong Kong special status as a Special Administrative Region (SAR).
There are 17 public holidays/ bank holidays in Hong Kong. Public holidays in Hong Kong are set by Hong Kong’s General Holidays Ordinance. They allow workers get rest from work, usually in conjunction with special occasions. More >
Early Bird Special – Room Rates from $1300 staying in a
Superior Rooms including free room upgrade and E Club access*!
Look no further for your ideal choice of accommodation while you attend events in Hong Kong! Conveniently located in the heart of Hong Kong’s business district and shopping areas, Eaton Hotel Hong Kong is only 15 minutes MTR ride to Wan Chai and HKCEC from Jordan MTR station. Also adjacent to the hotel are favourite tourist attractions including Temple Street Night Market and Jade Market.
Book online now – CLICK HERE
Upcoming Trade Fairs:
? China Sourcing Fair ? Electronics & Components / Security Products
? Hong Kong Electronics Fair 2010 ? Autumn Edition
? China Sourcing Fair ? Baby & Children?s Products / Gifts & Premiums / Home Products
? Mega Show Part 1 & 2
? Sports Source Asia ? International Sourcing Fair for Sports / Equipment and Sports Apparel
? Hong Kong International Lighting Fair (Autumn Edition)
? Hong Kong International Building and Decoration Materials & hardware Fair
? China Sourcing Fair ? Fashion Accessories / Garments & Textiles / Underwear & Swimwear
? Mega Show Part 2
For phone reservations please contact our Reservations Department on:
T (852) 2710 1928
F (852) 2385 8132
Terms & Conditions:
? Free upgrade to the next room category
? *Complimentary E Club Access including continental breakfast, evening
drinks and canap?s, all day coffee, tea and snacks with internet access for one guest; HK$150 supplement applies for double occupancy
? All reservation must be guaranteed by credit card 30 days prior to arrival
? HK$100 supplement applies for full buffet breakfast (for one person only)
or in-room internet access (for one computer only)
? Advance reservation is required and subject to hotel availability
? In case of any dispute, the Hotel reserves the right of final decision
? The above information is subject to change without prior notice
List of Official Hong Kong 2011 Public Holidays Dates
Eventhough Hong Kong is an integral part of People’s Republic of China, they have different holiday dates from China public holidays. This is due to Hong Kong special status as a Special Administrative Region (SAR).
There are 17 public holidays / general holidays / bank holidays in Hong Kong. Public holidays in Hong Kong are set by Hong Kong?s General Holidays Ordinance. They allow workers get rest from work, usually in conjunction with special occasions. More >